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Cat Care Clinic provides selected grooming services for our existing clients. We provide kitten and cat bathing, brushing, ear and nail care as well as coat trims. For grooming services, call us.
by phone or online for a routine wellness exam, care for a sick pet, or to discuss any concerns you have about your cat’s health. Our veterinarian, , wants to help your cat live a longer and happier life.
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Loudoun Cat Care offers top quality medical, dental and surgical care to cats. Digital dental x-rays, in-house blood testing, digital x-rays, paperless medical records and much more help us provide the best care for the cats in your life. and the staff of Loudoun Cat Care know cats and love working with them and their people. We offer a calm, quiet environment for your cat’s care. Dr. Wiechmann is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners.Learn about cat care by reading books by cat experts or consulting cat-related Web sites. Think Like a Cat: How to Raise a Well-Adjusted Cat, Not a Sour Puss by Pam Johnson-Bennett has lots of information on feeding, training and taking care of your cat.First, are you ready for a cat? Do you live in a place where cats are allowed? Can you afford the veterinary care your cat needs in order to stay healthy? Will your other animals and human housemates be able to tolerate a new cat? Are you willing to commit to a relationship that can last well over 10 years?Before choosing a new adult cat or kitten, it is important to take time to research and think about your options. A cat's personality, age, and appearance, as well as the kinds of pets you already have at home, are all things you should keep in mind when choosing a cat. And if you've never owned a cat before, it's also important to know in advance exactly what taking care of your new cat will involve. Adopting a cat is a long-term commitment. The average lifespan of a well cared-for cat is 12 to 16 years. Once you adopt your cat friend, be prepared to consider your cat in everything you do. You will have to live in animal-friendly housing, be prepared to pay for unexpected medical costs, arrange for animal care if you go away on trips, and so on. But the rewards are well worth the effort.Even provided with balanced nutrition and a good amount of love and attention, cats can still get sick. By spotting the signs, you can ensure that your cat gets the proper medical care. A sick cat often has a dull and patchy hair coat, because its skin is one of the first systems to be affected by disease. Another sign of illness is a lack of appetite. Persistent and severe and/or prolonged are sure signs of illness. Red, watery eyes, which may be accompanied by nasal discharge or sneezing, also can indicate problems. signify illness and should be treated immediately. Any swelling that appears rapidly or continues to increase in size over time is a cause for concern.